It may be a circuit breaker.My windows and door locks stopped working,even after checking all fuses and replacing Main Driver side door switch! Found three circuit breakers that you can reset with a paper clip or small screwdriver. They were black with an aluminum cover on top. They don't come out easily,just insert the pin on each one.
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The roof opening panel is an electronically operated panel that can be opened or closed by the roof opening panel switch. Actuating the switch in either a forward or rearward motion supplies a ground to the roof opening panel motor. The vent and soft-stop functions are controlled by the roof opening panel motor. These positions are obtained when an internal motor cam opens the roof position switch, removing the ground from the switch. The roof opening panel has an express open feature activated when the switch is pressed momentarily. The roof opening panel is closed by continuous activation of the switch until the sunroof stops movement. This function is controlled by the roof opening panel motor.
Visual Inspection Chart
Roof opening panel
Roof panel frame
Opening shield guide feet
Central junction box (CJB) fuses:
Battery junction box (BJB) fuse 1 (60A)
Accessory delay relay
Roof opening panel control switch
Roof opening panel motor
The roof opening panel does not open or close
Central junction box (CJB) fuse:
Battery junction box (BJB) fuse 1 (60A).
Roof opening panel control switch.
Roof opening panel motor.
Go To Pinpoint Test E .
Do the power windows and power locks work ?
E6 CHECK VOLTAGE TO THE ROOF OPENING PANEL MOTOR - CIRCUITS 400 (LB/BK) AND 1173 (BN/OG)
Key in OFF position.
Disconnect: Roof Opening Panel Motor C920.
Key in ON position.
NOTE: Activate accessory delay relay for this check.
Measure the voltage between roof opening panel motor C920-4, circuit 400 (LB/BK), and ground; and between roof opening panel motor C920-7, circuit 1173 (BN/OG), and ground.
Are the voltages greater than 10 volts?
GO to E7 .
REPAIR circuit 400 (LB/BK) or circuit 1173 (BN/OG). TEST the system for normal operation.
If you can't do electrical testing , there is a manual way to close it .
Roof Opening Panel Manual Operation
Remove the overhead console. For additional information, refer to Overhead Console in this section.
Insert a hex-head screwdriver in the center of the manual drive slot to depress the release pin. Rotate the screwdriver clockwise until the roof opening panel is closed.
caution if it opens you may not be able to close it again, this sounds like the track broke or something in the motor. lets hope its the motor as if its the track then the whole track needs to be replaced, there is no repairing a broken sunroof track.
I have built, repaired and installed sunroofs for 20 years. Its hard to tell what problem is, so many variations for motors with relays, cams, programed circuit boards. To get the roof closed you can drop motor usually 3 screws then pull glass forward as far as you can, then from inside of truck you will have to take a screw driver and finish sliding cable forward somehow. When sliding by hand watch on the inside to see what parts are moving so you can finish sliding forward. Hope this helps.
Does the sun roof do anything whebn you press the button. if not, check your fuses and the sun roof switch. If fuses are good you want to check to see if the sun roof motor is getting power. If it is getting power it could be the motor itself. If it tries to move but can't then you have a mechanical problem. it might be binding so try giving it an assist by pushing on it when pressing the switch.
Try checking the fuse first, it could be that simple. Some times there's is a place to manually crank it closed, that's covered up by piece of small trim on your headliner usually before the sunroof opening or after. Good Luck
check to see if AC and HEATER blower motor is getting power .if yes replace blower motor.if no you have problems in relay- fuse- or ac and heater switch is bad.for sun roof check for power at switch if yes sun roof eletric motor need replace.or sun roof in a bind.if no power to sun roof switch.blowed fuses and bulbs or turn signal switch is bad.
Check the fuses to start with. If they are fine it could be a broken switch or a burnt electrical motor. If the closing mechanism has broken and bound up it could keep the window from closing. With the car in accessory mode or ON -whichever allows the windows to open - hit the close switch and listen closely. if a click of the motor can be heard it is a mechanical issue - if not it is electrical.